Rivers Disappear into Sinkholes in Mexico

The WatchersTliapa and Tlacuapa rivers disappear into sinkholes, Mexico

After Atoyac River that disappeared when a huge sinkhole opened up on February 28, 2016, two more rivers in the mountains of the Mexican state of Veracruz are suffering the same fate. This brings the number of rivers in the region that have drained into subsoil in less than two months to three.

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5 thoughts on “Rivers Disappear into Sinkholes in Mexico

  1. I was trying to find some research on how mercury can go back into the atmospheric
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    I know there is a cycle of this in the root of plant uptake from there into the air.

    History of mercury use and environmental contamination at the Oak Ridge Y-12 Plant.

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    The Mercury Problem: Global Considerations

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  3. “Why is this important? Well if you follow Cayce he predicts that the Eruption of Pelee on Martinique in conjunction with Vesuvius erupting simaltaneously, signals rapid earth change with portions of Nevada and Utah undergoing destruction within 3 months.”

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